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A Royal relationship that was built to last

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The panel of experts who shared their views with The Yorkshire Post.

Budget special: What should the Government's priorities be?

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Chris Grayling boards a train in York on his way to Horsforth. Picture: Gary Longbottom

‘Look at what we’re doing’: Grayling comes out fighting on Northern transport

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History of Leeds store M&S played out on stage

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50 years of hits from a TV station that really caught fire

News

Man hit with golf club after confronting dog walker on the fairway

News

Wartime bomb dropped 'dangerously close' to major North Sea gas pipeline

News

VIDEO: Stars of the stage and screen gather for funeral of Sheffield entertainer Bobby Knutt

News 1
Yorkshire teacher Ann Maguire was stabbed to death by pupil Will Cornick.

Pupil winked and smiled before stabbing Yorkshire teacher to death, inquest hears

News
Sheffield Uniteds Paul Coutts was stretchered off with a broken leg last night following a challenge with Burton Albions striker Marvin Sordell (Picture: Mike Egerton/PA).

Burton Albion 1 Sheffield United 3: Coutts’s broken leg casts shadow over Blades’ win

Football
Scott Malone, right, consoles team-mate Tom Ince after Huddersfield Towns defeat at West Ham (Picture: PA Wire).

Bournemouth v Huddersfield Town: Malone is intent on staying put after long haul to top

Huddersfield Town
England head coach Eddie Jones (Picture: Steve Parsons/PA Wire).

England v Australia: ‘We play by the rules’, insists head coach Eddie Jones

Rugby union
Stanley Gene.

Weekend Interview: King Gene delights in Papua New Guinea success story

Hull KR

Sheffield Wednesday v Bristol City: Owls’ patience in educating new signings now beginning to pay off

Sheffield Wednesday

Leeds United v Middlesbrough: Former captain Howson backs Whites to be ‘in the mix’

Football

Sheffield United reaction: Table-topping Blades subdued after “nasty” injury, admits Wilder

Sheffield United

Yorkshire Carnegie 14 Bristol 44: Carnegie fade after bright start as Bristol show gulf in class

Rugby union
Great Britain's Katie Summerhayes during the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia.

Practice makes perfect in Katie Summerhayes’ Olympic bid

Olympics

Leon Wobschall: Yes, 2018 World Cup will miss Italy and Holland colour but don't mourn their absence

Leon Wobschall
Philip Meeson of Jet2.com

Owner of Jet2.com remains confident in face of Brexit uncertainty

Transport
ASDA

Asda reports second successive quarter of growth

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The firm has been sold as part of a pre-packaged deal.

Caroline Flint MP: Transparency key in tax scandal fight

Opinion
Looking to the future - AMRC researchers are bringing digital and manufacturing together and investing.

Lack of skilled workers causing Yorkshire manufacturers to hold off investing

Business

Regions ‘less likely to feel Brexit impact on investment’ - legal boss

Business

Entrepreneur defied prejudice to make mark in tattoo world

News

Leading dealmaker Martin Jenkins joins Zenith

Business

Shares in TalkTalk fall as it focuses on customer growth

Business
Rosemary Shrager.

Shrager to be presented with the lifetime award at Variety event

News 1

Greg Wright: We have a right to know how Brexit could affect Yorkshire

Greg Wright
Changing times: Jenni Murray is among 46 prominent figures that contributed to Goodbye Europe, published this week. (Picture: Charlotte Graham).

Jenni Murray: When Europe meant hope

Analysis
Former Hull West and Hessle MP Alan Johnson is forging a new literary career. (Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe).

Alan Johnson - from postman to political heavyweight and a true man of letters

Analysis

How otters came home to the Peak District

Analysis
Philip Larkin, who was the focus of an exhibiton at Wlberforce House in Hull this year, remains one of the country's most popular poets.

Sir Andrew Motion on his friend Philip Larkin

Analysis

Catherine Scott: Why I wish I had said #metoo years ago

Catherine Scott